Families on the US-Mexico Border, Immigration Laws & Well-being: a conversation with Emily Butera
Please join the BorderWork(s) Lab for a lunch conversation with Emily Butera. A senior program officer at the Women's Refugee Commission, she advocates for the rights of parents and children detained in US Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) facilities.
Lunch provided - RSVP to to avr5 [at] duke.edu.
This BorderWork(s) event is made possible by a Trent Foundation grant, with additional support from Duke Center for Human Rights, Student Action with Farmworkers, the Program in Latino/a Studies in the Global South, and Duke Students for Humane Borders.
Other events in the residency:
- 3/27, 6pm, East Duke Parlors: Dinner Discussion: “What Happens to their Children? Policy Related to the Children of Parents in Detention Facilities” (RSVP required)
- 3/29, 12pm, 240 Franklin Center: Wednesdays at the Center: "In Whose Best Interest: Immigration Law, Child Welfare and the Families Caught in Between"